Wendy Hill-Tout is president and CEO of Voice Pictures Inc., an Alberta company that produces and finances theatrical features and television movies and has extensive international co-production experience with the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany. Voice's latest theatrical film, The Great Goose Caper, is a UK/Canada co-production and features Chevy Chase, Joan Plowright and James Purefoy, with Tom Arnold as the voice of Randall the Goose. Hill-Tout has executive-produced on other international co-productions, including The Death and Life of Nancy Eaton, starring Jessica Pare, Brendan Fletcher, Alice Krige and Leslie Hope; The Clinic, starring Mike Farrell, Bruce Davison, Ione Skye and Jonathan Scarfe; and The Investigation, starring Lochlyn Munro, David Warner, Reece Dinsdale and Nicholas Lea. Hill-Tout also wrote, produced and directed the romantic comedy feature film The Perfect Man, starring Phyllis Diller and Michelle Little, as well as Shattered Dreams, which was nominated for Best Direction by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television; and No Place to Go, about the homeless mentally ill, which won several US Festival awards.
Hill-Tout's additional credits include serving as co-executive producer on Jackie Collins' Hollywood Wives: The New Generation, starring Farrah Fawcett, Melissa Gilbert and Robin Givens, and Picking Up and Dropping Off, starring Scott Wolfe, Amanda Detmer and Kathy Baker, and serving as executive producer on Surviving Love, starring Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen; Undercover Christmas, starring Jami Gertz and Tyne Daly; and Twelve Mile Road, starring Tom Selleck and Wendy Crewson.
Features in development include Click, a romantic comedy about an email blunder that creates havoc in the life of a working girl, and The Great Goose Caper 2.